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  • News: 'Google Play' is the New Android Market

    Say goodbye to the Android Market. From now on, Google Play will be the place to get Android apps, along with music, books and movies.

  • News: US lawmakers ask if federal workers have email privacy

    Two Republican lawmakers have asked President Barack Obama's administration to investigate whether agencies are regularly monitoring federal workers' private email accounts after reports of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration firing employees over comments made in personal email messages.

  • Opinion: Lego Space Shuttle Takes Flight, Returns to Earth Undamaged

    Back in January, a pair of Toronto teenagers launched the first Lego "astronaut" (the first we know about, at least) to the edge of space. But another Lego hobbyist managed to one-up them: Raul Oaidia from Romania launched a Lego space shuttle into the stratosphere on the back of a weather balloon.

  • News: The BYOD Sea Change Has Already Started

    Enterprises may see cost savings as employees pay for their own devices in the brave new BYOD world, but that doesn't mean a free lunch for IT. This emerging trend only increases the pressure on IT to manage and secure devices and data.

  • News: Elgato offers Thunderbolt SSD

    Elgato on Tuesday announced its entry into the storage market with its new Thunderbolt SSD, a solid-state drive designed for use with Macs equipped with a high-speed Thunderbolt connector.

  • Opinion: Five Things You Need to Fix on Your Facebook Business Timeline

    Facebook introduced the new Timeline layout for individual Facebook profile pages a few months ago, and now it is preparing to transform Facebook Business pages as well. There's a lot of potential for businesses to take advantage of the new layout to share information and engage customers, but there are a few caveats and pitfalls you should be aware of.

  • Opinion: Five Must-Haves for the Next iPad

    On Wednesday Apple will pull the curtains back on its third-generation iPad with a list of new features only Apple knows for sure. With Apple's second-generation iPad, I'll be honest, I was not blown away. Aside from the iPad 2's reduction in size and weight, Apple hadn't gone far enough with updating its tablet. But on Wednesday three might be a charm for Apple's iPad. I have high hopes this time around.

  • News: Microsoft boosts support for small OEMs

    Microsoft has released a new software installation tool and unveiled a new support website for small OEM resellers, with the goal of making it easier for them to load Microsoft software into their PCs and servers and more quickly find out answers to technical and business questions.

  • News: Is NHS about to bail out CSC?

    The government has held out a lifeline to embattled supplier CSC over its disastrous effort to provide systems for the National Programme for IT in the NHS (NPfIT).

  • News: Do Not Play With This Propane-Powered Nerf Canon at Home

    Nerf guns are generally designed to be safe for children, thanks to their foam darts that have an extremely limited range and little kick. Even if someone were to unload a 50-dart belt Nerf machine gun at you, it would feel like you were being pelted by some annoying marshmallows.

  • News: US Lawmaker opens up ACTA to online comments

    A U.S lawmaker has posted the controversial Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) online and is asking the public to comment and make changes to the copyright enforcement treaty.

  • News: Tiny Linux computer punches above its weight

    Sales are through the roof for this little thing.

  • News: CIOs struggle to find IT talent

    New survey data finds it's tougher to recruit skilled professionals in the tech field than it is in other professional areas, including accounting and finance, legal, and advertising and marketing departments.

  • News: Sprint, T-Mobile tell FCC to put brakes on Verizon spectrum deal

    Verizon's proposed spectrum deal with major cable companies came under more criticism today as a broad range of companies and public interest groups asked the Federal Communications Commission to halt proceedings on the deal.

  • News: TED Conference 2012: Way More to it Than Flying Robots

    The now infamous flying robots got a ton of attention from their appearance at the exclusiveTED conference last week, but there was even more impressive technology shown there. Here is some of the best:

  • News: Intel targets data center with new Xeon E5-2600 chips

    Intel on Tuesday announced the Xeon E5-2600 processors for 2- and 4-socket servers, which is the company's first major chip upgrade for industry standard x86 servers in close to two years.

  • News: Windows 8 mobiles may top iPad 3 for business deployment

    Even with overwhelming popularity of iPads and the anticipation of iPad 3, Windows 8 offers something businesses may find worth waiting for: support for ultrabook devices that behave as both tablets and keyboard devices, according to a Forrester study.

  • News: Apple iPad 3 din won't drown out business' Windows 8 interest

    Just the thought of a Windows 8 tablet is enough to keep some IT pros from buying into iPad 3's before they have the chance to test drive the Microsoft-based devices, experts say.

  • News: Mobile network satisfaction levels decline, survey says

    As smartphones and tablets surge in number, mobile workers are less satisfied with their wireless network services, a new poll from iPass has found.

  • News: Judge extends DNS Changer deadline as malware cleanup progresses

    A federal judge yesterday extended an operation that will keep hundreds of thousands of users infected with the "DNS Changer" malware connected to the Internet until they can scrub their machines.

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